about this trial and were they influenced as a result of that exposure. what did they know about it, how much? the amazing thing was, at least to me, given the tremendous amount of media exposure, almost, well, i would say all four said that they really didn't know that much about the case. so, if you're one of those on the defense or on the prosecution, i guess that's good news. >> i was surprised the judge hasn't decided yet whether the jury's going to be sequestered, correct? >> reporter: correct, not publicly. there seems to have been a lot of back-and-forth behind the scenes, in chambers about this particular discussion. and it was also interesting that the defense did raise that issue when questioning one of the jurors, asking her, you know, this is going to be a long trial. they said six to eight weeks minimum. and would you, if you were sequestered, would that be a problem, a hardship for you? this particular woman said no, it would not. so, sequestration is still out there. >> but the jurors' identities, they're going to be protected, correct? >> reporter: they are.